Myles hits for the cycle for Double-A Akron

Indians farmhand collects four consecutive hits following first-inning pop out

Myles hits for the cycle for Double-A Akron

Indians farmhand Bryson Myles hit for the cycle on Tuesday as Double-A Akron fell to Trenton, 9-7.

The five-year veteran out of Stephen F. Austin State led off the game with a pop out, but finished with four straight hits to round out a night 4-for-5 that included three RBIs. Myles tripled home two runs in the second, doubled in the fourth, singled in the sixth and rocked a solo shot to left-center in the eighth.

The four-hit performance was his first since Aug. 30, 2012 for Class A Lake County and he's hitting .273, his highest mark since June 11 of this season. A sixth-round Draft pick in 2011, Myles is on pace for career-highs in homers (currently tied with two other seasons at eight) and slugging percentage (currently .439, five points above his 2014 total).

Alex M. Smith is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.